My current daycare provider, who has done a wonderful job so far, has made a few comments recently that leads me to question how long she will continue with us. She told my wife on more than one occasion that she knows a daycare provider (only about one block away from her) who has past experience working with special needs children. I think she used to be a special ed. teacher. Our daycare provider hasn't come right out and say that she wants to discontinue her service, but I have a bad feeling that it may come in the near future. She has only made comments like this after "difficult" days with my son, which have been very few, and what child doesn't have difficult days? The current daycare provider has done a wonderful job with my son, and I want to keep going to her, but I'm just not sure how to handle the situation. I feel that another daycare change (the last was four months ago) may hinder my son's growth and improvement with his ASD. If I come to her with this, I don't want to offend her, which may also initiate a change. I'm just lost and not sure what to do. I just want what's best for my son.
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